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Mandurah Mail sport year in reviewApril 2016

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Mandurah Mail sport year in review | April 2016 Dylan McMile shows off a bronze medal he picked up in Bangkok. Photo: Richard Polden.
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Zarantz took out a win in the Pinjarra Cup in April. Photo: Simon Merritt.

Anthony Morabito returned to football through Peel Thunder in April. Photo: Richard Polden.

Reece Harris was chosen to represent WA in triathlons. Photo: Richard Polden.

Baldivis and Halls Head battled it out for the Anzac Day trophy in April. Photo: Richard Polden.

Joe Chalmers dominated a dirt kart rally in April. Photo: Supplied.

Upcoming tennis star Byron Nottle shows off his trophy after taking out the under 12 boys’ singles title at the South Mandurah Tennis Club junior championships. Photo: Richard Polden.

Steve Hale represented Australia at a pool tournament in Blackpool. Photo: Supplied.

TweetFacebookWhat happened in AprilRACING: The Peel region’s biggest horse race, the Pinjarra Cup, saw Lucy Warwick ride Zarantz to victory returning the odds of $3.30.

FOOTBALL: The Peel Football League kicked off its season with a number of blowout games.

BASEBALL: Local baseball prodigy Dylan McMile helped his under 15s team win Bronze at theSouth East Asia Youth Baseball and Softball Tournament in Bangkok.

BASEBALL: Dylan McMile and his team picked up bronze in Bangkok. Photo: Richard Polden.

FOOTBALL:Anthony Morabito made a return to the field, overcoming a serious hamstring injury to tally 23 disposals.

TRIATHLON:Reece Harris was picked to represent WAat the 2016 School Sport Australian National Championships in Hervey Bay, Queensland.

FOOTBALL:Baldivis picked up an 11-point win over Halls Head in a spirited Anzac Day clash between the two sides.

DIRT KARTS: South Yunderup’s Joe Chalmers made history when he claimed three of a possible four titles at the Ditchfield memorial dirt kart races held at the Dirt Trackers’Kart Club.

TENNIS:Junior tennis stars were on show at the South Mandurah Tennis Club for their annual juniors tournament.

Upcoming tennis star Byron Nottle shows off his trophy after taking out the under 12 boys’ singles title at the South Mandurah Tennis Club junior championships. Photo: Richard Polden.

POOL:Steve Hale picked up the cue for Australia in a tournament in Blackpool.

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